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What is the difference between "Deliver (server)" operation and "Deliver Phase 2" one?

Yasuyuki Kubota (341015) | asked Jan 30 '14, 8:34 p.m.
retagged Jan 31 '14, 10:10 a.m. by Sonia Dimitrov (27159)
I supposed to implement a server side operation participant by a deliver operation.
I wonder which operation is better for my implementation.
What is the difference between "Deliver (server)" and "Deliver Phase 2"?

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Takehiko Amano (1.3k3741) | answered Jan 31 '14, 4:22 a.m.

I found this article:

Source control process recipes for Rational Team Concert

Deliver (server)

The Deliver (server) operation runs on the server before change sets are added or removed from a component.

The operation is run on the set of change sets that are being added to (or removed from) a component, which is computationally less expensive than the subsequent Deliver Phase 2 (server) operation.

Deliver Phase 2 (server)

The Phase 2 delivery operation occurs before a deliver, but after the server has calculated the computationally intensive before/after states of each item that will be modified.

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Yasuyuki Kubota (341015) | answered Jan 31 '14, 4:39 a.m.
Thanks for your prompt response.
Actually I have posted same question redundantly.

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